Found January 13, 2012 on
12th Man Rising:
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner is a bit of a polarizing figure. At his best is very good. At his worst he’s so frustrating that’s its sickening. As with everything, his true value is somewhere in between those two extremes.
I get why most fans like him. Just the fact that he’s the opposite of Kelly Jennings (the frustrating player he replaced) instantly made him fan favorite. His 6 interceptions doesn’t hurt either. Personally, I don’t like measuring corners by interceptions. Ints are only a small part of what a CB does to help a team. It’s not even their primary job. Clearly there are better measures of a corner’s play.
I’ll spare you my thoughts on the matter, and instead take a look at what some of the advances stats: … [visit site to read more]
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If you haven’t seen it, check out This Post on the TNT’s Seahawks blog. I had been working on a similar post, but Eric Williams beat me too it, and I don’t see any … [visit site to read more]
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